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Our visit to an organic farm


Pure & organic view :) ©copyright2014owpp

Pure & organic view 🙂
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We have achieved one of our many dreams… visit an organic farm & it was sheer bliss!
The welcome was as genuine as its surroundings.
We got a sneak at paradise 🙂
It was very hard to select the photos but I think (and hope you do too!) I’ve managed
to choose the ones that speak of the precious gifts we have been given on planet earth.
P.S
A few small precisions…
There are fifty cows, two donkeys, twelve thousand chickens producing nine thousand organic eggs per day & are free to roam to their delight, around five hectares.

The essence of living! ©copyright2014owpp

The essence of living!
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Cow paradise :) ©copyright2014owpp

Cow paradise 🙂
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Nature's Finesse ©copyright2014owpp

Nature’s Finesse
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A restful niche ©copyright2014owpp

A restful niche
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A hatch (left) to roam out ©copyright2014owpp

A hatch (left) to roam out
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...and about in five Hectares! ©copyright2014owpp

…and about in five Hectares!
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and more... ©copyright2014owpp

and more…
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Our friendly host showing us chicken food ©copyright2014owpp

Our friendly host showing us chicken food
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All organic grains... ©copyright2014owpp

All organic grains…
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Which produces organic eggs ©copyright2014owpp

Which produces organic eggs
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Long walks... ©copyright2014owpp

Long walks…
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and sports :) ©copyright2014owpp

and sports 🙂
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The gate to... ©copyright2014owpp

The gate to…
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Blessedness! ©copyright2014owpp

Blessedness!
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and more... ©copyright2014owpp

and more…
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Sublunary's gifts ©copyright2014owpp

Sublunary’s gifts
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And to top it all...this!! ©copyright2014owpp

And to top it all…this!!
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About oawritingspoemspaintings

A lover of poetry, abstract and realistic painting, music, good writing, languages, Italy, photography, holistic therapies, natural lifestyle and fully living the moment.

15 responses »

  1. LadyBlueRose's Thoughts Into Words

    my dream …what a great time it looks like y’all had
    I enjoyed the wandering through the photos you share…
    Thank you for sharing your day with us…
    which I need to be heading out to work in my gardens 🙂
    Take Care…You Matter…
    )0(
    maryrose

    Reply
    • It’s nice to know you enjoy gardening too & share the same dreams 🙂
      I’m glad you enjoyed the photos, it makes it all the more special to post it to your followers…
      Thanks for this kind feedback, it’s duly appreciated!

      Reply
  2. Una visita sicuramente bellissima, descritta molto bene anche attraverso le foto!!!

    Buona serata, Patrizia

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  3. Heavenly images. Looks like an ideal day:)

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  4. Congratulations on your dream come true. It looks like an amazing day!

    Reply
  5. Wow, very nice trip you had there and really great photos. Thanks for sharing 😀

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  6. I sooo want to live there! How beautiful! Paradise indeed. You did a great job with the photos. Perfectly portrayed. And wow, on 12K free-range chickens! That’s a lot if chicks. 🙂

    Reply
    • Photography is a tricky thing, we just take the best corners of the place we find ourselves in, at that precise moment & it keep away all the realities of every day 🙂
      I believe every country has its exceptional views & moments.
      Yes,it’s quite a large number for the free range…
      the noise was deafening in an amusing way, it was quite an experience… I couldn’t stop laughing sometimes at their group behavior.
      When they were outside & we approached they all came running one after the other not even knowing why what or when 🙂
      It’s probably a familiar sights for those living the farm life which they surely can explain but for the ones living in town it’s a total novelty which can amusingly be called an “experience”!
      Thanks for visiting, liking, commenting & following, it’s very much appreciated!

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  7. It looks like a beautiful farm. It looks so lush. How many people work there?

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    • Only three, I was surprised at the small number, it’s just the couple & an outside worker but farmers work very hard & long hours… from about 6am to 10pm.
      They surely have all my respect!
      Thanks for visiting & commenting.

      Reply

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